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Snow week in full swing at BHS

February 1, 2018 3:53pm | Mari Belina, Madi Drummer

With no long breaks coming up, the holiday season past, and second semester starting, “Snow Week” is an attempt at adding some excitement to the halls of BHS. Snow Week is an activity filled, week long competition that all grades can participate in and is […]

Snow week to start next week.

January 18, 2018 7:49pm | Erick Escalante

Soon, BHS will have its annual Snow Week starting from January 27 and it will conclude on February 3rd. There will be a dress up day from Monday to Friday so here they are along with sports games and other events Monday: Pajama Day, morning […]

MLK Day: Who is he?

January 18, 2018 7:31pm | Jenna Hayes

On January 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr was born. Martin Luther King Jr was a Baptist Minister who led the civil rights movement to end racial segregation and discrimination during the 1950s and 1960s. Martin changed history, he fought for the racism to end […]

Why You Should See One Acts

January 18, 2018 1:37am | Jessica Spies

If you are a theatre geek or just love watching plays or want to see friends, I would totally suggest seeing the one acts. I am the stage manager for Mrs. Steads one act which is called “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet.” There is […]

10 Studying Tips To Get You Through Finals

January 17, 2018 5:02pm | Sara Negasi

Pick a designated time for studying and hold yourself to it! Gather all your course materials, find a nice quiet place and put away distractions. Go through notes and find what topics you have trouble in and need to study. Be sure to take breaks […]

No-name calling week to begin this week.

January 14, 2018 12:58am | Erick Escalante

During the week of Jan. 15, the Burnsville community will have a no-name calling week, an effort to stop negativity and hatred in our community and replace it with kindness and support. No-name calling week is organized by GLSEN, an organization aimed to end bullying, […]

Hoda Kotb named permanent cohost of “Today.”

January 5, 2018 7:16pm | Cheyney McKinney

Hoda Kotb, a correspondent of NBC’s Dateline, will be promoted to anchorwoman to replace Matt Lauer. Last November, she became an anchorwoman on an interim status after the termination of Matt Lauer. On Jan. 2, Kotb was promoted to permanent anchorwoman. Before becoming an anchor, […]

BHS bands performed last week, choir to perform Tuesday.

December 17, 2017 8:04pm | Erick Escalante

This week, the BHS bands and choirs performed in the Mraz Center. On Monday, the Blaze Band and the Ensemble performed. The freshmen band and the symphonic band performed on Tuesday. As for choir, they perform on Dec. 19. At 6:30 p.m. the freshmen and […]

#BurnsvilleStrong to collect items to help people in need.

December 17, 2017 3:29am | Cheyney McKinney

The #BurnsvilleStrong Community Drive invites everybody to donate items to help those in need. From December 11 to December 15, different items that are considered essential are requested for donations. These donations supply Cody’s Closet where students can use what they need when they need […]

Shoutout to Guillaume Paek — and to our students for taking pride in our athletics!

December 13, 2017 3:05am | Jaelen Gresham

As you may know, Burnsville High School takes pride in our sports and activities. We have some great staff here at BHS. Some staff positions are more important than others. We have many activities including quiz bowl, chess, drumline, yearbook and many more. Putting together […]